Gaurav Tikait said the government was determined to ruin the farmers

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BKU Youth Wing National President addressing a street meeting in the village of Nababpura, Afzalgarh.
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Gaurav Tikait said the government was determined to ruin the farmers
Afzalgarh (Bijnor). In order to prepare for the planned tractor rally, the national president of the BKYU Yuva Wing visited various villages and called on the farmers to take part in the rally in as many numbers as possible. On Wednesday, Gaurav Tikait, national president of the BKYU Youth Wing, visited a dozen villages with other colleagues and interacted with the farmers.
At a street rally at the elementary school in the village of Nawabpura, Gaurav Tikait said that the agricultural laws were passed to ruin the farmers. The organization will continue to oppose these agricultural laws at all levels until they are withdrawn. The government has remained completely insensitive to the agitation that has been going on for eight months. 650 farmers sacrificed their lives during the movement, but the government is adopting dogmas. He said the movement should be led to the self-respect of the farmers and the youth should stop unnecessary spending and take care of the fields. He said the government wants to return the country to slavery by distributing Kisan Samman Nidhi and rations.
He said that at 9:00 a.m. on July 24, a group of farmers would leave the Gurdwara in Afzalgarh for Bijnor on a tractor. From where thousands of tractors will drive to Bahsuma. After a night’s sleep, he will leave for the Delhi border on the morning of July 25th.
During this time he did public relations work in various villages, including Murliwala, Ladduwala, Nababpura, Turatpur, Meerapur, Jamunwala, Kadarabad. Besides Gaurav Tikait, a large number of farmers including Udayveer Singh Anandpal, Madan Rana, Darshan Singh Fauji, Mukhtiar Singh, Surendra Singh, Sandeep Singh, Chiranjilal, Sukhwinder Singh, Vijender Singh, Rana Singh, Virsa Singh etc.

Gaurav Tikait said the government was determined to ruin the farmers

Afzalgarh (Bijnor). In order to prepare for the planned tractor rally, the national president of the BKYU Yuva Wing visited various villages and called on the farmers to take part in the rally in as many numbers as possible. On Wednesday, Gaurav Tikait, national president of the BKYU Youth Wing, visited a dozen villages with other colleagues and interacted with the farmers.

At a street rally at the elementary school in the village of Nawabpura, Gaurav Tikait said that the agricultural laws were passed to ruin the farmers. The organization will continue to oppose these agricultural laws at all levels until they are withdrawn. The government has remained completely insensitive to the agitation that has been going on for eight months. 650 farmers sacrificed their lives during the movement, but the government is adopting dogmas. He said the movement should be led to the self-respect of the farmers and the youth should stop unnecessary spending and take care of the fields. He said the government wants to return the country to slavery by distributing Kisan Samman Nidhi and rations.

He said that at 9:00 a.m. on July 24, a group of farmers would leave the Gurdwara in Afzalgarh for Bijnor on a tractor. From where thousands of tractors will drive to Bahsuma. After a night’s sleep, he will leave for the Delhi border on the morning of July 25th.

During this time he did public relations work in various villages, including Murliwala, Ladduwala, Nababpura, Turatpur, Meerapur, Jamunwala, Kadarabad. Besides Gaurav Tikait, a large number of farmers including Udayveer Singh Anandpal, Madan Rana, Darshan Singh Fauji, Mukhtiar Singh, Surendra Singh, Sandeep Singh, Chiranjilal, Sukhwinder Singh, Vijender Singh, Rana Singh, Virsa Singh etc.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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